Visit the Oakland Museumâs Mechanical Musical Instrument exhibit that ran December 16, 1972 through February 4, 1973. Organized over a two year period by the museumâs curator, Gretchen Schneider, the exhibit held around eighty varieties of mechanical instruments from the turn of the (19th) century. Charles Amirkhanian visits the museum to interview Schneider and demonstrates a variety of the tunes played by the musical machines. Instruments on display range from the largest band organ to the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Oakland Museum, mechanical instruments, KPFA 1973, radiom.org, barrel organ, electric orchestrion,...
Listen to Miami House DJ/Producer DJ Kirills live sets from Club Blue, Miami and the Upstairs Lounge, St. Louis. If you like your House funky you will love DJ Kirill. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: dj mixes, house dj, funky house, house mix, dj kirill
Black Keys Bob Stevenson, master of the saloon piano, plays 30 original works he composed for this instrument. Performed on a vintage Gulbransen saloon piano, these pieces range from those possessing a Wild West saloon flavor to others reminiscent of classical music piano works. Most of the pieces were composed and performed from 2004-2007; state-of-the-art recording equipment was used here, producing an outstanding sound quality. The other works date from 1970-1971, early in Black Keys Bob's... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: saloon, piano, music
Joe Friday (Jack Webb); Ben Romero (Barton Yarborough), and Chief of Detectives Thad Brown (Raymond Burr) try to stop a man from blowing up city hall. Episode 1, Season 1 (1951) ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Dragnet
Sergeant Friday investigates the destruction of a movie theater by a gang a teenagers! The cops find a small box containing marijuana and put two-and-two togetherâ¦the reefer is making the kids go wild! Turns out that teenage Johnny is pushing weed, yellow jackets, goof balls and "H." His friend tells the policeâbut it's too late...Johnny takes a hot shot and ODs! ( 22 reviews ) Topics: dragnet, drugs, classic television, film noir, crime Source: 16mm sydication print